from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A place where beavers live or are kept.
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- adjective of or pertaining to
- noun rare a place, especially artificial, where
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Fink Ai wuz goin tu sai sumfing abowt beavery kerful abowt langwij.
The priest was disappointed when he found that Robert's French began and ended with these useful words; but, at any rate, he saw that if the lady was mad she was not the only one, and he put on a big beavery hat, and got a candle and matches and a spade, and they all went up the hill to the wayside shrine of St John of Luz.
Carpincho they calls 'em; big kind of porky, beavery, ottery, ratty sort of thing; and not bad eating. "